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Purdue Men's Basketball Recruiting

Chris Hartley

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 CLASS OF: 2002
 SCHOOL: Noblesville HS, IN
 HEIGHT AND WEIGHT: 6'4 185lbs
 POSITION: Shooting Guard
 01-02 RATINGS:
 ACADEMICS: 3.4 GPA, 1030 SAT
 STATUS: Walkon at Purdue
 AAU TEAM:


BIO | SCOUTING REPORTS | LINKS | SEASON STATS | HONORS

PLAYER BIO

Chris Hartley arrives at Purdue as an invited walkon from Noblesville high school. The 6'4 high school post player turned college wing guard will bring depth to the Boiler guard positions. Hartley played a multitude of positions in high school for Noblesville, from dominating post player to ballhandler and perimeter threat. His greatest quality, as lauded by almost anyone who has ever coached him, is his work ethic and drive to succeed.

As a senior, Hartley shot 57-percent from the field while averaging 19.4 points, 4 rebounds and 2.6 assists a game for the 18-6 Millers. The team tied Avon for the Hoosier Crossroads Conference championship.

Chris Hartley was an invited walkon during the summer of 2002 and joined the Boilers that fall. He plans to major in industrial management.


SCOUTING REPORTS

Scouting report by anonymous..."The first thing you notice about Hartley is that he plays very well without the basketball, and that fueled his ability to score at the HS level. He understands how to read his defender. He understands when and where he was to receive a pass that led to a score (he had teammates who could deliver him the ball). He has a game with 3pt range, a middle game, and can finish at the rim at the HS level. Hartley is a mirror of current walk-on, Andrew Ford. He is a mentally tough player who does little things to win games. For his HS team, Hartley also did the big things to win games, but he played in a high school system where toughness, mental and physical, is rewarded by both coach and teammates. Some Purdue fans have noted how they like the way [Indiana University's Tom] Coverdale plays. Hartley is a product of the same high school and coach." (4/14/02, Old Gold Free Press)

Scouting report by AAU coach and former Pacer Billy Keller..."Chris has a tremendous passion for the game of basketball, and that is demonstrated through his daily work ethic. He's very fundamentally sound and can do it all...score, dribble, pass, rebound and defend. Chris was a pleasure to coach." (10/25/01, Hoosier Basketball Magazine)

Scouting report by high school coach David McCollough..."Chris Hartley is one of the hardest workers and the most consistent players I have coached over the past 18 years. Chris is constantly striving to improve his game. He will be a four year player and starter for us and our leading scorer the last two seasons. Chris has improved his skill to become a threat as a three point shooter, slasher and post scorer. What has been impressive over the last months is his ability to make those around him better with his court awareness and passing skills. Chris has done an outstanding job the past three years and will continue to do so due to his great work ethic and excellent attitude. He is never satisfied and pushes to be the best not only on the court, but also in the classroom where he is an excellent student and role model." (10/25/01, Hoosier Basketball Magazine)


LINKS
  • Freshman player reveres rival Hoosier [Purdue Exponent]
  • Noblesville shoots down Bearcats, 73-66 [Muncie Star Press]
  • Freshman Hartley grabs 11 boards in win [CentralIndiana.com]


    SEASON TO DATE STATISTICS

    SEASON MIN PPG FG% FT% 3P% RPG APG BPG SPG RECORD
    2001→2002   19.4 .570     4.0 2.6     18-6
    2000→2001   16.5 .541 .700 .360 4.5 2.1     15-7
    1999→2000   16.2 .610     5.6        
    1998→1999   6.1 .590     3.5        



    AWARDS AND HONORS

    01-02 season
  • Top 40 Workout
  • County Player-of-the-Year
  • All-Conference first team (Hoosier Crossroads Conference)
  • Metro North Player-of-the-Year (Indianapolis Star)
  • All-Metro North first team (Indianapolis Star)
  • All-State honorable mention (AP)
  • All-State honorable mention (Courier Journal)
  • All-State second team (Hoosier Basketball)
  • Noblesville Team Captain
    00-01 season
  • All-Conference first team (Hoosier Crossroads)
  • All-Metro North second team (Indianapolis Star)
  • All-County first team
  • Noblesville Team Captain
  • AAU third in state (Spiece Pistols AAU)
  • AAU tenth at nationals (Spiece Pistols AAU)
    99-00 season
  • All-Conference first team (Olympic Conference)
  • All-County first team
  • All-Metro North second team (Indianapolis Star)
    98-99 season
  • All-Conference honorable mention (Olympic Conference)
  • All-Metro North honorable mention (Indianapolis Star)
  • All-County third team
  • AAU second in state (BKBC AAU)
  • Played in AAU national championship game


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